Boris Johnson's Waxwork Makes A Triumphant Return At Madame Tussauds...But Does It Actually Belong There?

Two Boris Johnson's are watched ominously by Vladimir Putin in 2009. Image: Madame Tussauds

Boris Johnson has to be a direct hit right now. Not only has he achieved his goal of life as Prime Minister, but he has also become 10 years younger.

Let's explain: In his first term as mayor of London, Johnson participated in the 2009 unveiling of his waxworks at Madame Tussauds. He had sat twice for the wax artists and even donated the figure's navy suit, shirt and tie. (Who says this man is not committed to the cause?)

In the typical Johnson style, he joked, "It's an honor, but I hope the Londoners are not worried that I am now in twos in this great city in London."

Who said that Boris Johnson cares only about himself? Image: Madame Tussauds

Since then, Wax Johnson has moved between the world stage of Madame Tussauds and the shameful descent into his dreaded archives (ie, A Dungeon for Hares). It was an echo of the political ups and downs of the real man.

But for someone who until recently was not a prime minister, Johnson's figure spent a hell of a lot of time in front of the # 10 model. Presumably because most tourists thought he was a misleading British figure invented by Richard Curtis and Rowan Atkinson and wanted to pose with him.

During the 2017 Christmas season, Theresa May's wax figure even had to share an oversized festive sweater with Johnson's - a stunt that must have made the skin of real politicians crawl.

Johnson was often standing in front of Madame Tussaud's "10 Downing Street," though he was not a prime minister. Image: Shutterstock

Now that Johnson is a full-fledged prime minister, May's statue was pushed into the dark underworld of the archive and replaced by Boris Johnson in 2009. At least that could be said of Johnson belongs here now, but that's not quite true.

Madame Tussauds does not create new personalities for the British Prime Ministers, unless they have been elected in general elections. So could Johnson Mark II be a good benefactor - in the right place at the right time and not in the privileged position he deserves? Remember that Tussauds did not have Theresa May until 2017 (somehow).

Anyway, Johnson's waxwork looks pretty bold compared to 2019.

One Direction - the Boris Johnsons from the pop industry. Image: Shutterstock

This triumphant comeback of Tussaud's is apparently one that only One Direction can handle. They first performed for a limited run in Madame Tussauds London in the spring of 2013 before embarking on a world tour to other Madame Tussauds locations. In the meantime, the waxlings on home soil were so much missing that a new series of figures was created.

In Madame Tussauds no wax figure of the acting mayor of London, Sadiq Khan appears.


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